Botanical Garden reopening for summer!

Pictures: all pictures taken from the Botanical Garden Facebook page. 

After being closed for the winter, Botanical Garden on New Bird Street has reopened its doors for summer.

This little gin bar is located right in the heart of the Baltic Triangle and has proven very popular as it is now back for its third season.


This year offering a brand new drinks menu, the bar is perfect for any gin enthusiasts. Offering a range of different cocktails from a classic G&T to the Tarragon, Botanical Garden is Liverpool’s only bar dedicated only to gin.

If that wasn’t enough for you they also offer a large selection of Moroccan-style food from the former head chef at Puschka. The menu  includes wraps, meatballs, falafel and it also has vegetarian options.

25 year-old Ben Osu, a regular visitor of Botanical Garden, said: “I have loved this place since the minute it opened. I was made up to hear it’s back this year, you always know it’s the start of summer.

“I love the drinks, the atmosphere and the fact that every year they introduce you to a new food vendor and expand your food pallet.”

Their outdoor garden is full of deckchairs and benches where you can relax. They even have their very own astro-turf bleachers, making it the perfect place to enjoy a drink in the sun.


The bar has also announced that they will be having live music, showcases and guest DJ’s throughout the season and that they will will be open every day in spring, summer and into autumn.

You can find Botanical Garden on New Bird Street, L1 0BP.

Holly, L1 Whispers x


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